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obama with governor romney, it's more revealing to compare obama with obama contrasting his record versus his rhetoric starting with his pledge to create more transparency in government. joining a senior fellow with the hoover institution and author of this recent. [talking over each other] -- recent essay trickle-down theory and syndicated columnist. great to have you with this. let's start with -- i love the idea of obama being obama. as you put it, the idea that the transparency, he was going to open this government up. something quite different as happened. >> oh, absolutely. i think the classic is the obamacare. far from being presented to the public for several days and the internet as he said he would was rushed through congress so fast admitted they had not had time to read it. they pass it and let it go. it's one of many great contrast between what he said he was going to do and what he actually did. lou: now there is, at least in the offing, the prospect of obama, should he win a second term. how reliable is this man in doing what he says he's going to do in your juden >>
to the white house. president obama and governor romney are holding two campaign events today. with a week to go before early voting, there are signs the governor romney has quite an uphill time in this "new york times" and cbs news poll showing the nominee trailing the president by a full ten points in ohio. that is outside the margin of error. there is a solid majority of ohio voters say they think governor romney's policies will benefit the rich. only 9 percent say the middle class will be benefited. less than a third think the policies will treat everyone the same. with president obama, 8 percent say it is helping the rich and the rest divided equally. that is not good for governor romney. this comes after the secretly recorded video of governor romney, saying 47 percent feel they are owed everything by the government and they will never take "responsibility." carl cameron, the campaign dispute as lot of the numbers. >>carl: they do. they point to the fact that real clear politics has five points for an advantage when you average all the polls. the bigger dispute is how most of the pub
toss upstate, president obama and governor romney both campaigning in the same battleground state today. we'll take you straight to ohio and talk about the strategies there, plus violent protests in two european capitols. latest fall outs from efforts to slash out of control government spending. what the street battles you're seeing across the pond there mean for our economic future. and finding justice for an american couple murdered in a tropical paradise. it's all happening now. and back to the big story of the day, iranian mahmoud ahmadinejad getting set to address the u.n. general assembly. hello, everyone, i'm arthe arthel nevel in for jenna lee. jon: i'm jon scott. mahmoud ahmadinejad delivering what is expected to be his final speech to the u.n. as president of the islamic republic. this caps a week of belligerent receipt particular. on tuesday he called for a new world order, free from what he calls american bullying. all this has governor mitt romney and the republican national committee hit the president hard on foreign policy, releasing a scathing attack being the president'
obama, governor romney, duking it out for votes in that key state. it will be the battleground we know while voters there are focused on one issue only. >> there is with a lot of jobs slated to start and guys just put the brakes on. a lot of what we're hearing from the industry is it is due to this election. bill: this past weekend we went to ohio. martha: yes you did. bill: you're about to find out what folks there are talking about. it may give us some indication as which way ohio goes in 41 days. martha: so goes the nation perhaps. bill: could be. bill: talks continue in the nfl lockout with the referees but still no word on a deal there. the league has taken some kind of heat after the controversial call by replacement refs on the final play off the monday night game. the losing quarterback, reining nfl, mvp, aaron rogers speaking out. our sport is generated by people coming to watch us play. the product on the field is not being complimented by an appropriate set of officials. the games are getting out of control. end quote. oh, ho. martha: that is the mvp right there. there is di
. governor romney calls it a mistake and objects to using federal money as obama has done to reward states that adopted common core. president obama has had tough words for teachers unions but has figured out a way to work with them. governor romney has also had sharp things to say about the unions. he believes they don't always work in the interest of students. president obama is in favor of continuing low interest government-subsidized student loans for college, while governor romney supported temporary extension of those loans. he'd like to see the private sector a lot more involved. >> interesting part. my next year's gathering we'll know who will be carrying out these policies. >> we will indeed. >> raheema ellis here with us for the past few days, thank you. >>> the supreme court has agreed to take up a case that's going to decide if a police officer can get a blood sample from a suspected drunk driver without having a warrant. it's a case from missouri where blood was drawn from the suspect without his consent. the trial court ruled it violated his right to be free of unreasonable s
. it's the faces of president obama and governor romney that have been depicted in a corn maze. guests are going to be able to make their pick by opening in the obama or romney entrance. voting will end on the election day. very unscientific poll. >>> now for a look at your national and regional weather, here is meteorologist bill karins who has your weather channel forecast. i'm exhausted. why did we think of doing this? terrible idea. >> yeah. i've never done a corn maze. i've never had any urge. the movie "children of the corn" never urged me. good morning, everyone. as far as the weather this morning, umbrellas are needed in many areas. we have a lot of locations that are dealing with wet weather, showers, thunderstorms. some of this in the drought areas that need it in the midwest. the white on the map is lots of clouds. kansas city all the way back heading back into areas of new england. all the green on the map is a little bit of rain. a little radar tour will show you where we're dealing with the heaviest of rain. from oklahoma starting to clear out a little bit. we had stronge
it takes to get this economy going. >> shepard: president obama and governor romney each back in the buckeye state with just days to go until the first votes are cast. and ♪ ♪ moon river ♪ wider than a mile. >> shepard: tonight, saying good by to the legendary crooner andy williams. first from fox this wednesday night the president of iran is back in the country he says the united states is in cahoots with the devil and israelis are uncivillized. now the world is reacting to mahmoud ahmadinejad's latest anti-west rhetoric today at the united nations. the president of ahmadinejad took the podium at the u.n. general assembly and while his speech was not as fiery as some of those in the past, he still did say his vision of the world's future does not include the united states or israel. listen. >> the koran -- situation of the world better incident of history humanely iran's management of the world and the self-proclaim sensors of power who have entrusted themselves to the devil. >> shepard: just yesterday the iranian president called israel a fake regime that needs to be e
alert. battleground ohio. president obama and governor romney crossing paths in the buckeye state. each pushing hard to win this political swing state where polls show a tight race. i'm megyn kelly. governor romney with a packed day holding three different events. a second underway right now. a manufacturing round table in bedford heights, ohio. it's streaming on foxnews.com. it's part of mr. romney's renewed effort to put the economy on the mind of voters in this the final week before the first big presidential debate. >> in four years we lost 582,000 manufacturing jobs. 582,000. this -- we can't afford four more years like the last four years. we have got to get this economy going again. megyn: carl cameron joins us live from toledo where governor romney will hold his final event of the day. >> reporter: mitt romney said it and there is a big billboard they will be trotting out. we can't afford four more years and that's the even caps laiftion what romney wants to talk about in the final six weeks of this campaign. there is a reemphasis on jobs and the economy. the core of his campaig
and significant difference in visions between president obama and governor romney and congressman ryan. this is really what this election is about. it's not about specific tax rates or a specific law. it is about the vision for our country. it is about whether or not you still believe, do we believe that any of us or any of our children, regardless of where you came from, who you are, what color your skin is or what your race or religion is, that anyone can climb that ladder to success in america. >> yeah. >> if we still believe in that, that is what this is about. everywhere you go you hear the president say he is going to get those people. he blames somebody for unemployment but it is not his fault. it is never his doing. it is still george bush's fault four years later. when i think about give romney i think about someone who has held office but i think about his success in other areas. i want somebody had has been a successful businessman, or woman. i want somebody who has been successful turning around the olympics, someone who is not the traditional politician. we need new ideas
. specifically on what the governor -- former governor massachusetts, mitt romney, and president barack obama had said yesterday. specifically yesterday said -- specifically we want your general level confidence in each candidate on the area of foreign policy. here are the numbers to call. for democrats, 202-737-0001. for republicans, 202-737-0002. for independents, 202-628-0205. if you would like to take part in the program, there are different ways to do that. twitter.com/c-spanwj,an.o facebook.com or e-mail at journal@c-span.org. "the baltimore sun" encapsulate the speeches yesterday. they pointed out that president barack obama made an impassioned defense of the expression of freedom worldwide. mitt romney urged other nations to emulate the free economy and suggested that the obama leadership in the middle east has been inadequate and reactive. this is a short piece to start us off from the president at united nations yesterday, talking about the middle east. [video clip] >> i believe that this message must be rejected by all those who respect our common humanity. i have made it clear that th
down a showdown at the oh corral. president obama and governor romney are holding dueling speeches in the buckeye state. chicago has the edge. the president up by ten minutes in a survey by
at the oh corral. president obama and governor romney are hngueli spes ie bye e. chicago has the edge. the president up by ten minutes in a survey by quinn pe yak and cbs news and leading eight points in poll by "the washington post." these polls mirror an advantage president obama held in ohio in the polls last week, worth ng the president has a lead that is outside the margin of error. for governor romney, time that cruel, cruel mistress is slipping away. early voting begins in ohio next esday. can he win without the state? ifis age no republican in history has won without ohio. according to the latest nbc news battleground map the president is expected to get 243 electoral votes to romney's 191. with eight tossup states. ecl votes would put him at 261 electoral votes, that is just nine away from winning re-election. surprising exactly no one ohio has been a top focus for candidates. while governor romney logged 17 trips to the state this election s visit this year alone.ing earlier this month the democratic ticket made clear just how much ohio means to them. >> if we win ohio, we w
shows president obama stephens the lead 50-44 over governor romney showing that candidates could be locked in dead heat at 46%. joining me to break down the numbers is fox news digital politics editor and republican strategist and former member, george w. bush's senior staff, brad blakeman. great to have you here. starting can you, brad, taking refuge in thed why there's bad methodology and lousy sampling in the polls. are the polls, in fact, questionable? >> well, we'll know soon enough, but i happen to think they are, and one of the reasons why i say that, lou, is because the modeling's being done on numbers of, like, 2008, where we had a high turnout, obviously, for obama, and, yet, the enthuse yam is not taken into account for the polls because we have a more enthusiastic base than the president. using the modeling of the turnout in 2008, and, yet, they say the enthusiasm for the republicans is at the all-time high. lou: which is the most accurate now given your reservation? >> i think real clear politics probably has the most accurate information. i urge people to look at la
his record i have more confidence president obama can get that done then governor romney. >> you can see this discussion at 8:00 p.m. eastern. now a look at spending ads from the annenberg policy center. this is 45 minutes. >> i am the editorial communications director of the center for responsive politics, and we are here to talk about the challenges posed to journalists by dark money and their mysterious donors. erica is joining me. she is an assistant director, director of the media project, which tracks of political ads aired in real time during i will talk a little more about what we are seeing in third- party assetds and how reporters contrite to report on this and what can be done if congress or some of the agency's wanted to make this easier for us, and kathleen wanted to meet with us to talk about their findings, third-party money and how much is being spent on deceptive ads, so first we will go to america. -- to erica. >> it is a pleasure to be here. i am not going to spend too long talking about how we do what we do, but i am happy to talk in greater detail if you have que
that president obama and republican governor scott walker have at least one thing in common, their disdain for the nfl lockout. a firestorm erupting on twitter after the controversial call after replacement refs awarded a touchdown to the seahawks in the final play on sunday night, both obama and walker tweeting for the lockout to end, and the new jersey senate president says he's going to introduce legislation because of course that's what you do against replacement refs altogether. peter barnes joins me now, i hear there's an end in sight. >> reporter: yeah, possibly. the leader of the nfl referees' association says it looks -- let me get it right -- it sure looks good for a deal with nfl owners, telling "usa today" this afternoon that negotiators have narrowed their differences and both sides are committed to getting it done but that there's no deal right now. now, the nfl declined to comment on an espn report that the owners and refs are close to an agreement in principle and that they're close enough that they have discussed refs returning to the field this sunday. the lockout is beco
,000. >> woodruff: president obama and governor mitt romney were slugging it out again today on the campaign trail, both of them in the battleground state of ohio. and both of them mindful of the need to turn out younger voters, who went overwhelmingly for mr. obama in 2008, but who are proving more elusive this year. i traveled to the columbus area this past weekend ahead of the candidates to find out just how elusive. >> fired up! ready to go! >> woodruff: ohio state university students about to head out from an obama campaign office to register voters, yell a familiar refrain. >> fired up! ready to go! >> woodruff: they are a coveted voting block for the president, in this fiercely contested swing state. four years ago, mr. obama won 18- to 29-year-olds nationwide by 66% to 32%. a margin so large, young people were credited with putting him over the top in several key states. >> are you registered to vote? >> woodruff: surveys suggest he's sure to capture the majority of the youngest voter block again. but after four years of watching the president grapple with the realities of governing, they'
in the obama camp or leaning that way. for governor romney the number is 206 with 270 needed to win. the president would have to pick up just 15 in the remaining toss-up state that you see on this map in gray. if the president wins ohio, governor romney would have to nearly sweep those toss-up states in order to win the white house. so no surprise that we find both candidates in ohio today. our campaign 2012 team is on their trail and we're going to start tonight with nancy cordes. nancy. >> reporter: well, scott, it all comes down to women. the president won among women by eight points back in 2008. it's a big part reason he won here. but today's poll finds he has a far greater advantage with women now, leading governor romney among women by 25 points. ( cheers and applause ) the president's support among ohio women has surged six point just in the past month. one reason can be found in their answers to this poll question: about which candidate cares about their needs and problems. 65% of ohio women said president obama. 33% said governor romney. tonda young, the glennford, ohio, d
for president obama rather than governor romney. i agree with e.j., it was a decent speech from governor romney. i don't think he's got enough days left to turn things around. >> it's interesting that on the day mitt romney was apairing at bill clinton's global initiative, bill clinton did more anti-romney media in one day than he has done since the convention. here is he on cbs this morning. >> we know what governor romney says, which is that his proposal for dealing with the debt is first to make it bigger by adopting another round of tax cuts. but he wants to defer until after the election saying what the specifics are. i think that ought to be a little bit of a red flag. >> e.j., if you're the obama campaign you just want t clinton initiative to go on and on. >> he's continuing his role as a math teacher, which he is pretty good at. you know what struck me though? when clinton was speaking earlier. the earned income tax credit which has an ugly name, was one of the really good deeds of the clinton administration. he really boosted that up. and if you remember classic clinton rhetoric, it wa
important, because president obama and governor romney have a very different views as to where they want to take our country internationally. host: the caller touched a little bit on iran. what are you expecting from this speech from the iranian leader today? guest:, ahmadinejad -- i think your viewers know who he is -- he is a fool. he regularly ponce and criticizes the united states, he tells lies about our country, he is in israel later, he denies the holocaust, he has had several -- he has said several times that israel ought to be wiped off the map. he has lost most of his power. he is not the most significant leader in iran. that is the supreme leader khamenei. i expect a lot of bombast, a lot of lies about the united states. frankly, he will be talking at the united nations. iran has a very little support. they have support from hezbollah, the terrorist group in lebanon, the syrian government, which is an outlaw government right now. but most countries and to the world want nothing to do with the iranians. they are under very tough international sanctions because they had been vio
of respect that you heard in art.ey'soice and h peoe and guess what? he's the guy that the obama campaign is going to send out to talk to that 47% and remind them why they should be voting for president obama rather than governor romney. i agree with e.j., it was a decent speech fr governor romney. yst urinro's got eug >> it's interesting that on the day mitt romney was apairing at bill clinton's global initiative, bill clinton did more anti-romney media in one day than he has done since the convention hes hen thisorni. >> we know what governor romney says, which is that his proposal for dealing with the debt is first to make it bigger by adopting another round of tax cuts. hetso defer until after the election saying what the specifics are. i think that ought to be a little bit of a red flag. mp yusntlif yore the obama intio go on and on. >> he's continuing his role as a math teacher, which he is pretty good at. you know what struck me though? en clinton was speaking earlier. thrnnctaed which has an ugly name, was one of the really good deeds of the clinton administration. he really boost
at this widening gap, is president obama winning, or is governor romney losing. >> it obviously has to be a combination of both, but it's very easy for someone's perceptions to be destroyed if they don't know anything about you. what we have done in some of the swing states, they don't know what bane capital actually does. when you have that little knowledge, it makes the regulartive attacks effective. >> i spent a lot of time last night speaking to democrats and republicans myself to see what's going on. this 47% add, that secret video, the obama team is running it just in ohio. now they have gone out in seven other swing states with it. republicans i talked to acknowledges it's working. and that's why we see these numbers in ohio stretching out. what does romney do now? we see this morning he has a new ad where he is speaking to the camera for 60 seconds, but is it too late? >> the reason that 47% is working is because it's new information. we don't want to hear the same thing over and over again. voters pay attention to it. >> look at this ad. for the first time romney is speakin
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look at the facts. did he take the work requirement out of welfare? >> i think what the obama administration has said is that no, they're trying to give governors the flexibility to increase the amount of work that goes into receiving welfare benefits. you're saying you don't buy that. >> no, no. you always have the capacity to add work. there's never been a requirement that you can't have more work. the requirement that they're waiving was saying that people don't have to work to get welfare. that's the change that they proposed. i disagree with that direction. i think the president also -- i disagree with the direction on the work requirement as it related to food stamps. taking work requirements out of government assistance is, in my opinion, a very bad course to take and creates a culture of dependency. we help people who need help. we want to help people that need help. but the idea of removing work requirements i think is a mistake. >> keeping them honest, as you just heard, jim acosta say politic fact gave that rating a pants on fire. the "washington post" gave it four
president obama's ahead, what does it mean for governor romney? does it mean that the debates are basically make or break? >> yes, in a word, yes. because anderson, if you were just, say it was just ohio and florida, you could dedicate more campaign time, send governor romney, send paul ryan, send more tv ad money, you could send them into those two states, right? kou try to essentially carpet bomb those two states. as you noted, pollinalso shows him down in virginia. polling also shows him brand new today down in iowa, shows him down in nevada, shows him down in wisconsin. it's a dead heat in colorado and a dead heat in new hampshire. when you have all this ground to cover, you don't have the time and resources. six weeks is a lot of time, but you can't change so many different states. what does he need? a national shift in the dynamic, especially on the question you just mentioned to gloria, who would best handle the economy. if governor romney can't change that, especially in that big first debate, he's in trouble. >> it's interesting, gloria, there's a lot of talk of obama's approval ra
is doing better. argument between romney and obama. who can do a better job of bringing the country totally back? >> republican governor john kasich argues his policies like reducing taxes and balancing the budget made the difference here. >> nothing else matters other than issue of jobs, economy, and prosperity. who is going to deliver it. >> that is what voters like kim may want to hear. she was out of work and without a lead for a new job, she started her own consulting company from inside the home she was once afraid to lose. as a constant stream of political commercials roll across her television, kim and pat will vote republican, saying they know what they want in their next president. >> be strong. >> be the man. stand up. this is what we need to do. i'm going to take full control of this. don't worry. >> this is the way we're going. >> the way ohio goes in november, having picked last eight presidential winners will tell the rest of america a lot. in columbus, ohio, bill hemmer, fox news. >> bret: with that, don't forget tonight's next to vote question. who will win ohio? text sr1 t
policy day. did president obama clear the air? he had been attacked by governor romney for a calm of days running about the response to libya. abby, do you think the president cleared the air and gave a statement that is strong enough about where we stand on the attack in libya? >> i think he did. he was tough when he needed to be tough. there was a level of respect shown by both candidates we have not seen on the campaign trail very much. but i think he weaves throughout his speech ambassador stevens' story. that was impactful for a lot of americans. he touched a lot on our first amendment rights. free speech. he was tough on tolerance and the importance of freedom. i thought that resonated with a lot of americans. it is what he needed to do. >> eliot: michael did he strike that appropriate balance about process lettizing about the first amendment the core we believe in while simultaneously saying we will be tough in protecting those who speak out? >> i thought this was one of the best speeches the president ga
for the educational system. president obama entered a counterpoint. >> i think governor romney and a number of folks try to politicize the issue and do a lot of teacher bashing. when i meet teachers across the country, they are so devoted and dedicated to their kids. >> devoted, devotion, loving their profession. that's what teachers are about, but romney didn't say anything like that. they are the problem. many of romney's answers were superficial. one of his big solutions for education reform is a new one that we have been talking about for 70 years p parental involvement. >> i'd love to see parents very much evolved in evaluating the success of schools. if parent rs show up at parent/teacher night, kids are going to do fine. >> when a parent stepped up with a question, romney wasn't too happy with the parent's involvement. >> new york city the parents here support the union to protect our kids three to one over the mayor and the chancellor. this is not me. this is coming from a poll of parents. >> i don't believe it for a minute. i know something about polls, and i know you can ask questions to g
is the time, the governor will probably say go ahead. >> obama has done the same thing. obama has told them that. >> bill: no, he hasn't. >> yes, he has. >> bill: believe me when i tell you. netanyahu is no -- if netanyahu could vote, he's not voting for obama. there's a reason for that. now, here is what i would do, colonel. you're the strategic analyst. i would draw up plans for blockade, naval blockade of iran and make those plans public and i would say to the world, if they don't let the u.n. inspectors in at a certain time, in whatever time it may be, you don't make -- you say a certain time. u.s. and nato allies, coalition of the willing, if you will, we're going to block nothing in and nothing out. that's what we're going to do. if you challenge the blockade, we'll do what we have to do. this is like the cubean missile crisis. bang, that's what we're going to do. so you better stop now and not force us to do it because if you force us to do it, we're going to do it and then it's going to be really, really bad for you, 'cause we're not going to pull it right out. what's wrong with th
manage the situation. things have not changed in iran since mr. obama took office, except the iranians are further down the road to development of the nuclear weapons. governor romney says he would get tougher with the iranians by supporting israel to a greater ex tents 6789 it's an incredibly difficult situations that all americans should be talking about. now the top story, who has the better take on iran? obama or romney? joining us from washington, fox news analyst kirsten powers a democrat. and lieutenant colonel ralph peters. who has the better take, colonel? >> ronald reagan. >> bill: no, no, no. i mean that -- you're not saying that fa serbsly? >> no, i'm not. i think romney is to a large ex tents an unknown in foreign affairs. he is a good manager and i think he would take advice from wise people. president obama is a known quantity and that known quantity has failed in every single respect in foreign policy, except the seals killing bin laden, which any president would have done. bill, look, what the president said in his well delivered empty speech at the u.n. today was exac
's happening in ohio now. big swing state. president obama ahead 52% to governor romney 44%. our own carl cameron who has been on the road on these campaigns for many years, he interviewed mr. romney about being down in the polls as he heads to ohio today. here is what he had to say. >> we are now exactly seven weeks from the election. here you are in ohio where the polls say you trail. how do the two of you close this gap? >> polls go up and down. we have plenty of time with the debates coming up, four in the months of october. we'll be taking our message to people across ohio and i think they understand, this is an election about the choice of what kind of america we're going to have. if it's going to be an america dominated by government, why, that's the course the president has put us on. if we're going to pursue -- help people pursue their dreams, that's what we'll bring back. >> brian: polls out in florida, in ohio, in pennsylvania, and virginia. that wasn't the case even a month ago. >> steve: there are some on the right who say the reason mr. romney is way down is because the scre
and make people wonder in the middle east about president obama's judgment? >> governor romney said he would support democratic values. on another hand saying he would basically fund candidates to win that are friendly to the united states. how is that espousing democratic values? isn't it a little inconsistence there? >> not at all. first of all, take a look what was going on in egypt and realize not netly democratic values espoused. if i see the islamic brotherhood, i don't tear what face they're puts on, i've studied this and investigated and prosecuted for 35 years. you tell me the islamic brothers have changed their stripes? you're too naive to the protecting the united states of america. >> the muslim brotherhood. >> yeah. we didn't look behind this enough. we didn't look behind wa we were creating. it doesn't mean it wasn't going to happen, were ut it should have happened much more gradually. exactly what jimmy carter did in iran. >> sdts that estimate how much influence we actually had? his bus was leaving the station in egypt. mubarak was on his way out. hillary clinton and ot
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